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contentmentfeatured-contentmentIssue 31

By Noel Daniel Maybe you’ve come across a very common ideology when it comes to cleaning: that is, that if you pick up one thing at a time, you can make a whole lot more progress than you’d think with significantly less effort than you’d expect. Sound familiar? You also

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contentmentfeatured-contentmentIssue 30

By Noel Daniel For many in the Central Valley, the Stanislaus County Fair is a longstanding tradition. Strolling along the midway with a cob of corn and an unlimited ride wristband is a very familiar memory to many children and adults alike. But this fair has a history that extends

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contentmentfeatured-contentmentIssue 29

By Noel Daniel To say that Modesto feels the iconic grief Don McLean must’ve felt so long ago—as he teetered on the cusp of musical change and dealt with the death of a music legend—almost doesn’t capture the heartbreaking hole that bassist Kevin Garcia’s passing left in lo-fi, indie rock

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featured-contentmentIssue 28

By Noel Daniel Thousands of people across the nation have mental illness—and those people have found help in the National Alliance for Mental Illness. NAMI is the number one organization that supports families and individuals who experience mental illness and has over 120 members in Stanislaus County, alone. Support groups

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contentmentfeatured-contentmentIssue 27

By Noel Daniel You never know where you’ll meet that special someone—that someone whose tiny paws can change your whole life. Although it might be tempting to buy a dog or cat from a breeder, the animals in the shelter have proven to be pillars of support for countless people

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